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... me is quite taken with the AS but calls time as we near the end. Seeing her reading the book that Helene and Eddie had given us , whilst still in the baths, indicated to me that she'd probably had enough. We set Tim the Pom to direct us to the Royal Crescent here in Bath. We soon arrive at a cobblestoned street running in front of about 30 four storey sandstone terraces with about an acre of lawn in front of it going down a hill. It reminds me of the scene from Oliver when ...
... beauty and history. No trains or tubes, so my poor little left brain gets a
That will end next week however, when I go to a seaside
village near Dublin for 9 days. My friends Lan and Muriel did a housing
exchange recently and so had a contact for me there. I am so grateful though,
that Rosemary has offered her place as my center in the UK, and I can leave ...
I arrived in heaven on a Saturday morning, and my host has
been the angel Rosemary. There was no reason to be prepared for discomfort of
any kind (as had become my habit), for as we pulled up to a small village of
stone houses, and then stepped into her art and light-filled cottage, I knew I
would be happy as a sheep in a poke. I have no idea if that is a thing, but ...
Now that I am in rural England, I can see that my experience
in London was one of dislocation. I grabbed up as many bits of beauty as I saw,
and my visit to Notting Hill showed there are intimate, artistic areas in the
city. Yes, I visited the Notting Hill Bookshop and found two books in their fabulous collection. Once on the train though, as the landscape gave way to gentle hillocks
and beech trees, and green of every hue, I felt delight ...
We piled into Alan and Marion's Skoda Octavia (a medium-sized car built by Volkswagon in the Czech Republic but not available in the U.S.) and headed on our first major exploration of England.
We drove on a variety of motorways (comparable to interstate highways in the U.S.) and A-roads (not quite up to the level of motorways but still freeways) and within about 90 minutes, had made it to Highclere.
But first we’d ...